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Canpol babies Sport Cup with Flip-top Weighted Straw 350ml

Symbol: 56/518

An Innovative Sport Cup with Flip Top Straw ended with a weight. It allows you to drink from a cup from any angle.The moveable part of the cap allows an easy and convenient way to hide the straw, preventing uncontrolled pouring the drink. Convenient and practical Velcro strap allows you to attach the sport cup to the stroller. The sport cup is light and convenient designed for older children who can already drink alone. For travel or for a walk. It is designed for children ages 9m +. Capacity 350ml.

  • BPA free BPA free
  • Dishwasher safe Dishwasher safe
  • Microwave safe Microwave safe
  • Suggested age 9m+ Suggested age 9m+

Weighted straw allows to drink from the cup holding it at any angle.

Flip-top silicone straw facilitates keeping it clean and prevents uncontrolled spillage.

A practical velcro strap allows you to attach the sport cup to a pram

Transparent, it allows you to control the amount of liquid in the cup.

Replaceable 56/303 straws available. 

Additional info

The product is intended for children 9m +. Capacity 350 ml.
Sport cup can be washed in a dishwasher (max. 60 ° C) and heated in a microwave oven (without mouthpiece and the cap). It should not be disinfected or scalded. You can pour boiling water.

How to use

Keep the product clean.Before the first and each subsequent use, wash the cup in warm water with a mild cleaning agent, rinse thoroughly with hot water. To remove the lid, set the padlock symbol to the height of the triangle on the cap. Pour boiling water. Do not boil. Avoid rough, abrasive surface tools. After use, clean the cup and straw of the beverage remains, rinse and then wash thoroughly. The product can be washed in a dishwasher. It is not recommended to wash the straw in the dishwasher, since the detergents / cleaners may damage the product. The product can be used in microwave ovens. If you heat a drink in the microwave, remember that the cup must be open. Take special care when heating in the microwave. Always stir the heated drink to distribute the temperature evenly and check the temperature before serving. Hard water, fruit juices or teas can leave a residue or discoloration on the mouthpiece, which does not change its properties. Thick liquids (e.g. fruit slurries) may clog the straw. The product is not intended for administration in it of hot or carbonated liquids. The product should not be sterilized in steam sterilizers. Check the product before each use. In the case of the first signs of damage or wear - throw out. Warning! Always use the product under adult supervision. Continuous and prolonged suction of fluids can cause tooth decay. Always check the temperature of food before feeding. Heating in a microwave oven may result in locally high temperature. Straw is not suitable for children under 6 months of age. Warning! The product is not a toy. Keep all parts of the product out of the reach of the child

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